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Technology vocab

TermDefinition
Assistive technology a set of adaptive tools that support students with disablilities in leaning activities and daily life tasks
E-mail Electronic mail, most commonly called email or e-mail since around 1993, is a method of exchanging digital messages from an author to one or more recipients. Email operates across the internet or other computer network
Simulation Programs, either in software or web-based form, that model a system or process
Bulletin Board An electronic message center for a given topic
hypermedia a linked form of multimedia that allows learners to make connections to different points in the program based on their background knowledge and learning progress
software consists of computer programs, libraries and related non-executable data. It is non-tangible, contrasted with computer hardware which are the physical components of computers.
Chat room a site on the internet where many people can simultaneously communicate in real time
Internet the complex web of interconnections among computers that allows people to communicate and share information worldwide
URL Uniform resource locator- a series of letters and/or symbols that acts as an address for a site on the Internet
Distance education Distance learning is organized instructional programs in which teachers and learners, though physically separated, are connected through technology
problem based learning an instructional strategy that uses a problem and the data gathered in attempts to solve it as the focal point of a lesson
websites a location on the world wide web identified with a uniform resource locator (URL)
pixel the smallest controllable element of a picture represented on the screen
spreadsheet program computer programs that are used to organize and manipulate numerical data
computer literacy the ability to use computers and related technology efficiently. It can also refer to the comfort level someone has with using computer programs and other applications that are associated with computers
Instructional technology the effective use of technological tools in learning.
Tutorial a software program that delivers an entire integrated instructional sequence similar to a teacher's instruction on the topic
Database program a computer program that allows users to store, organize, and manipulate information, including both text and numerical data
RAM random access memory is a form of computer storage. A random access memory device allows data items to be accessed in almost he same amount of time
plotters a vector graphics printing device
port a physical interface between a computer and other electronic devices
Expansion slot allows for an expansion card which adds functionality to a computer
CD-Rom pre pressed optical compact disc which contains data. Compact Disc Read-Only Memory
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